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CSE Foundation Files Amicus Brief in the Heinz/Beechnut Merger
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CSE Foundation Files Amicus Brief in the Heinz/Beechnut Merger

CSE Foundation recently filed a “friend of the court brief,” defending the proposed merger of Heinz and Beech-Nut. CSE Foundation has long held that the overzealous antitrust activism practiced by the Clinton Justice Department and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has been harmful to both consumers and the marketplace. The FTC’s latest attempt to block this merger is no different.

01/04/2001
Poor Math Scores Multiply
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Poor Math Scores Multiply

As printed in The Washington Times, January 3, 2001 In a recent press release with the headline, "U.S. Eighth Graders Above Average in Math, Science," Secretary of Education Richard W. Riley declared, "Our students are successfully learning more math and science every year they're in school, but we can do even better." To hear such a peppy response, you might think that the secretary was reacting to news that the United States was first among nations in education, or to a new survey showing that the performance of our students was much improved over previous years.

01/03/2001
Pennsylvania PUC EmbracesConsumer Choice
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Pennsylvania PUC EmbracesConsumer Choice

Today, Citizens for a Sound Economy applauded the Pennsylvania Public Utilities Commission’s (commission) decision to pullback from an unprecedented proposal to split Pennsylvania Verizon in 2. The commission hatched the scheme to split the company into separate retail and wholesale units in 1999. Thankfully, the PUC recognized the consumer harm such ill-conceived regulation would have caused. Today, Jerry Ellig, research fellow at Citizens for a Sound Economy Foundation issued the following statement:

01/01/2001
Time to Kill the Death Tax
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Time to Kill the Death Tax

Today, the House of Representatives passed HR 8, the Death Tax Elimination Act. Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) strongly encouraged members to support this bill and key voted both passage of the bill and against the Rangel substitute.

01/01/2001
Paul Beckner's Letter to President George W. Bush
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Paul Beckner's Letter to President George W. Bush

February 22, 2001 President George W. Bush The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, D.C. 20500 Dear Mr. President: Citizens for a Sound Economy enthusiastically supports the $1.6 trillion tax cut package that you have put forth. We share the belief that with our economy slowing down and projected federal budget surpluses continuing to grow, this is the perfect opportunity for a tax cut for every taxpayer. It has been over a generation since Americans have received significant tax relief. The time is now.

01/01/2001
Overview of CSE's Tax Cut Activities
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Overview of CSE's Tax Cut Activities

Congress took an important step in the right direction in providing meaningful tax relief for the first time in twenty years and eliminating some of the worst aspects of the IRS tax code. CSE’s staff and volunteer activists contributed to this hard-fought battle at every step of the way. Though this is merely the first step in creating a fairer and simpler tax code, it will go a long way toward stimulating our economy, creating jobs, and encouraging entrepreneurship.

01/01/2001
Letter to Governor Rick Perry: Veto HB 1845
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Letter to Governor Rick Perry: Veto HB 1845

The Honorable Rick Perry Governor P.O. Box 12428 Austin, Texas 78711 Dear Gov. Perry:

01/01/2001
Tax Fact #32: White House Drastically Understates Cost of Medicare Reform Proposal
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Tax Fact #32: White House Drastically Understates Cost of Medicare Reform Proposal

Last month, President Clinton announced his plan for "reforming" Medicare, comprised mainly of transferring more tax dollars from the U.S. Treasury and expanding Medicare to include a prescription drug benefit. The administration, however, apparently understated its cost estimates to deflect criticism of the plan. Medicare already costs $210 billion annually, and is projected to cost nearly $500 billion in ten years (without adding any new benefits).

01/01/2001
The Presidential Debate: Gore vs. Reality
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The Presidential Debate: Gore vs. Reality

Reality Check Presidential Debate Governor George W. Bush vs. Vice President Gore US Energy Policy Al Gore vs. Reality I want to free America from its dependency on Big Oil. Gore’s plan will not free Americans from anything. It will only continue to make energy and fuel more expensive. We are still decades away from finding alternatives to fossil fuels. This search needs to continue. However, reliance on failed Carter-era energy schemes does not make for sound energy policy.

01/01/2001
Ex-Clinton Aides Admit Kyoto Treaty Flawed
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Ex-Clinton Aides Admit Kyoto Treaty Flawed

Originally ran on June 11, 2001 on USA TODAY's website. WASHINGTON — As President Bush headed off Monday to face environmental critics in Europe, he fired a parting shot at the global warming treaty he has rejected. He called the Kyoto Protocol unrealistic, costly and "fatally flawed." In that assessment, he has some unexpected supporters: Clinton administration experts.

01/01/2001

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